You're homeless, but you have to leave the hospital. Where do you go?

News Article
Dec 24, 2018
Scott Greenstone for The Seattle Times
When homeless people get released, their issues combined with living on the street will usually land them back in emergency rooms, costing hospitals like Harborview Medical Center — which operates on a thin margin — time and money. One solution is a type of respite program that provides short-term care to homeless patients who are too sick to be on the streets or in a shelter, but not sick enough to continue to take up a hospital bed.
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